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Doubtful Sound Cruise-for-a-Cause

Getting there

All our Doubtful Sound experiences start in Manapouri which is around 2.5 – 3 hours from Queenstown and 30 minutes from Te Anau.

You can drive there yourself, or if you’d much rather relax and let us do the driving, we offer a coach connection from Queenstown.

Our coach drivers are extremely knowledgeable about the area, its history and local flora and fauna and will provide you with informative commentary along the way.

Departures 

Real Journeys Visitor Centre, Manapouri: - departs 12noon (returns 11.45am day 2)

Real Journeys Visitor Centre Queenstown: - departs 9am (returns 3.30pm day 2) (or Frankton Bus Shelter, Queenstown). 

What to bring

Only one overnight bag is recommended for passenger convenience and for safety reasons.  Don't forget the following:

  • One overnight bag
  • Shoes/boots (non-slip)
  • Waterproof jacket
  • Warm sweater/fleece jacket
  • Change of clothes
  • Sunscreen/sunglasses
  • Insect repellent
  • Camera
  • Cash for bar and snacks

Please note: If you have any special dietary needs please add this into the comments box during the booking process.

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Fiordland Navigator

About the Fiordland Navigator

The Fiordland Navigator is a purpose built vessel designed to replicate a traditional trading scow and is perfectly suited to cruising the fiords. 

  • Sleeps 70
  • Private cabins with ensuites (twin or double bed configuration) 
  • Quad-share bunk style compartments with shared bathroom facilities (we try and ensure cabins are unisex)
  • Spacious viewing decks, dining saloon, licensed bar and observation lounge
  • Carries kayaks and tender craft onboard 
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